Media Button specializes in corporate video production services throughout Canada, with studios located in Vancouver and Kelowna BC. The combination of our facilities, equipment and our team of award-winning creative professionals positions us to make a difference. As much as we love and excel in the creative process, we also understand it’s business. It’s about strategy, competitive advantages, brand, budgets and achieving your business goals and objectives. And we get it… our job is to understand the business at hand while doing all we can to make you look good.
We can meet your every need in video production. From single camera interviews to large commercial projects. Our full service video production agency offers pre-production planning, scriptwriting, on-location or in-studio filming, video editing, narration, motion graphics and everything you’ll need… including a mean cup of coffee.
Every business has a story to tell, a message to communicate, to its customers, employees, stakeholders, to the world or one person at a time. Let Media Button help you tell your unique story and communicate your key messages to your audience.
Our more than decade’s worth of video experience and over 25 years of a successful business history “speaks for itself”. Our distinct mix of marketing ingenuity, creative gusto and our focus on helping you succeed will “speak for you”, with compelling and effective videos.
Years In Video
Vancouver and Kelowna BC
Our Vancouver and Kelowna video studios offer over 8,500 sq. of inspiring creative space in a light and sound-controlled environment, perfect for interviews, small-medium products, on camera presenters, greens screen filming and more!
2 photo and video shooting studios
Pro video cameras and gear
Audio recording & production studio
Video editing suites
Pro lighting and sound
4K UAV aerial drone, jib, & dolly
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Warren Mirko, Communications Officer, ApegBC
Peter Angle, Bell Media
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